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no directamente frente a la lÍnea, sino a una distancia de dos calles. >>> dÓnde sospecha que salÍa. >>> seguramente en esa casa. >>> esta es una de las poleas con la que se bajaba la herramienta y se subia la tierra. de un tÚnel que a tres dÍas de haber sido descubierto estÁ ya completamente inundado. en la frontera entre mexicali, calexico, univisiÓn. >>> una embarcaciÓn choco dejando decenas de heridos, ocurriÓ cuando estaban a punto de desembarcar. >>> mÁs de medio centenar de pasajeros fueron heridos cuando un trasbordador se estrellÓ contra un muelle. >>> estaba doblada recogiendo la basura, y cuando sentÍ el impacto pensÉ que era una bomba. >>> el aparatoso accidente fue a las 9 de la maÑana. numerosas cuadrillas de rescate acudieron a la zona. segÚn los ultimos reportes dos personas estÁn en condiciÓn critica, y una estÁ herida. >>> hubo uno que se partiÓ la cabeza. >>> de acuerdo a la investigaciÓn, es posible que el ferry que llevaba 300 pasajeros llegÓ con mayor velocidad que la debida. >>> la gente que estaba en fila sobre las escaleras saliÓ volando,
oportunidad. >>> nuestro viaje no habrá terminado, mientras todos nuestros hijos desde las calles de detroit hasta las montañas de apalacha, hasta newtown sepan que velamos por ellos y nos importan y están a salvo esa es la tarea de nuestra generación, hacer que estas palabras, que estos derechos, que estos valores, de vida, libertad y la búsqueda de la felicidad, sean una realidad para cada estadounidense, el ser fieles a nuestros documentos fundacionales, no requieren que estemos de acuerdo con cada aspecto de la vida ,o que todos sigamos la misma senda a la felicidad, el progreso no nos obliga a renunciar a debates de larga data sobre el papel del gobierno, pero sí nos obliga a actuar en nuestros tiempos, ahora tenemos ante nosotros decisiones que no podemos dilatra por más tiempo, no podemos confundir absolutismo por principios., >>> o sustituir un espectáculo con la político, o que el intercambio de insultos es un debate razonable, tenemos que actuar, sabiendo que nuestro trabajo y sus resultados serán inciertos, que las victorias son solo parciales, y quienes estén aquí en 4
they haven't seen their latest polling. since the nra press conference featuring wayne la pierre calling for armed patrols in schools amid protest signs reading the nra has blood on its hands, a new poll shows the gun group's favorability has seen a ten-point negative swing. when have gun rights advocates cared about public perception? despite the recent shootings and bipart sfwlan calls for reform in the nation's gun laws, a coalition of firearms groups are pushing forward with gun appreciation day on the mlk holiday weekend this year. today vice president joe biden's gun violence task force is holding martin luther king reply meeting, including one currently underway with sportsmen and wildlife interest groups. later biden has invited the nra and wal-mart as well. the task force is talking about a range of responses to the newtown shooting including circumventing congress if they won't play ball. >> the president is going to take a look at executive action that can be taken. we don't know what that is yet. we're compiling it all with the help of the attorney general and all the rest of
's this new thing in l.a. called swatting, and it's where people call 911 and claim that there's an emergency in a celebrity's house, and then the lapd freaks out and sends a swat team and helicopters over to that celebrity's house. it happened with the kardashians last week, and then it happened to chris brown yesterday. they said there was a domestic disturbance over there. it wasn't true. they -- >> those people should be arrested stwloosh absolutely. they should be arrested. >> andy, thank you for coming to see us. >> thank you for having me. >> a little bit buzzed. >> no, i'm not. >> leftovers. >> that's my morning attitude. >> while we're talking about celebrities, guess who is here, luke perry is with us. >> he is going to talk about his new movie after this. >> quite honored. >> just doesn't want to be here. there he is. >> oh. a story behind the silver of philadelphia cream cheese. it always begins with fresh, local milk, blended with real wholesome cream. going fresh from the farm, to our fridge, in just six days. because we believe in fresh taste. that's the way we set the standard
kris and bruce jenner. someone made a prank call, so all the authorities show up at the mansion in l.a. on friday. there was not a hostage crisis or shots fired. kim tweets, these prank calls are not funny. i hope they find out who is behind this. it's dangerous and not a joke. so kim is very upset. but bruce got over it pretty quickly. the kardashians are -- >> they love the publicity. >> they're always tv ready. so put the authorities in l.a. on a real case, like finding bruce's original face. >> i would agree with you on that. >> that's the mystery that needs to be solved. >>> we were talking a lot about oprah winfrey -- you're terrible! >> take it easy, bruce. take it down, buddy. >> he does look like somebody pulled the back of his head. any way, lance armstrong, we were all watching that interview, i think, last week on thursday night. but apparently not as great ratings as oprah had hoped. thursday night on "own," it attracted just about 3.2 million viewers. usually she gets about 6 million viewers. when whitney houston's daughter was also interviewed, they got 3.5 million. so s
florida, also known as the redneck riviera. some people call it l.a.-- lower alabama. we're very conservative. jerry falwell said my district was the most conservative district in america. i grew up in the southern baptist church with a lot of hunters. i lived in mississippi, we spent our summers in the woods. i can tell you, i grew up around hunters and guns and relatives that had shotguns in the back of their trucks and had guns in their houses and what stunned me was after newtown when i came out sighing enough is enough, the second amendment does not mean that survivalists have a right to carry around whatever assault weapon they want to carry around, i was shocked by the number of positive messages i got from the very conservatives, the hunters, the n.r.a. members, the southern baptists that i sat with in pews growing up that agreed with me 100%. i got a lot more response from conservatives, mainstream conservatives than i did even from liberals. so that's why i'm concerned about the republican party, whether they can really listen to wayne lapierre and follow the most extre
. >>> many in washington are still reacting to president obama's immigration speech in las vegas yesterday where he said now is the time to fix what he called a broken system. republicans are only willing so far to compromise on the issue. nbc's tracie potts joins us live. >> reporter: hi, mara. good morning. now on capitol hill begins the process what could be a tedious process of sorting out what is is different for the president's proposal after the speech yesterday and also with the bipartisan group of lawmakers, democrats and republicans came up with the broad principles here appear to be the same. beefing up the borders and the pass to citizenship for the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants in this country. but neither plan has full details at this point. and it raises a lot of questions, for example, how long will this immigration process take? lawmakers want to make sure border security happens first. the president did not mention that. so that could make a difference in how long it actually takes to get this path to citizenship under way. the other big issue, same-sex immigran
as it becomes available. >>> many are still reacting to president obama's immigration policy speech in las vegas yesterday where he stated that now is the time to fix what he called a broken system. republican lawmakers are warning there's only so farther willing to compromise on the issue. tracie potts is live in washington with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. at this point moving forward, both sides need to reconcile these plans, the president's and the ones lawmakers pitched. while the goals seem to be the same, what we're not clear on at this point are the the details. >> now is the time. >> reporter: starting today lawmakers begin to sort out differences between their immigration plan and president obama's like how long will it take for people liveing here illegal to become citizens. >> some people have been here for 20 or 30 years in limbo. >> it won't be a quick process. >> reporter: five years is enough but lawmakers want to make sure the borders are secure first. that could take longer. >> if this becomes a bidding war to see who comes up with with the easiest, quickest p
reported seeing a lion on the loose. oh, my god, it's mao fa sa. actually not so mush. a la bra door poodle shaved to look like the lion mascot of old dominion university. people called 911 to call in baby lion sightings. he's just your everyday party animal. i would have loved to heard those 911 calls. i'm terrell brown. this is the "cbs morning news." . >>> good morning. welcome to 9news now. today is thursday, january 10, friday eve. how nice to say that. i'm andrea roane. >>> i'm mike hydeck. we're in double digits in the new year. >> it is moving quickly. >> good morning, monika? >> good morning. >> how are you? >> i'm great. >> i'm deck deck by the way -- i'm mike hydeck by the way. that's howard bernstein. he does weather. >>> a few 50s but all in all, today will turn out to be sunny in the morning. more clouds in the afternoon. temperatures seasonably cool but still above average, around 50 for the afternoon. here is a look at your day planner. by 9:00 we should be averaging low 40s across the region. it's 50 now with mostly cloudy skies at national. 48 by noon. so we're going to dr
. >> investigators say snead just brought the girl from l.a. to her parents's home june third. the girl reportedly called him and ask he pick her up at home. snead was shot to death in the parked car, prosecutors say a surveillance video taken on the 1400 block of grove street the day of the murder shows the father barry guilton and other two suspects meeting in the hays valley on the 1400 block of grove street. they say one of the suspects rented a car in l.a. and drove to it san francisco. and that the video shows a driver on grove street meeting the girl's father and nephew, who drove up in another car. the complaint says they drove to bay view and waited for snead and when he arrived guilton shot him in the head. >> i know all of them. and it just don't make no sense to me. i don't think any of them had anything to do with this, this just sounds ridiculous to me. >> there are ironies in this case. a source tells abc 7 news that two of the defendants are associated with a street gang called cdp involved, among other things nrk prostitution. the hearing is expected to continue tomorrow. at 6:00
filling in for steph with chris and jim and jacki at the l.a. bureau. we have a call from georgia featuring the lovefest of barack obama and hillary clinton. hi there patricia. you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: hi, good morning. i was just calling to express how i felt the interview was a great expression of how two adversaries can come together for the common good and rise above their disagreements for the betterment of america. >> john: i agree. it was most inspiring. >> it really was. how everyone keeps saying it is an endorsement for her presidency. i don't think it was. i think it was an example for our kids. i know my 14-year-old daughter took that away that how they bitterly fought and how in the end, what they disagreed on, came together to work toward the betterment of our country and it is such a wonderful example of what real democracy should be. differing ideas coming together for the greater good. >> john: i couldn't agree more. you stated it beautifully. thank you for the call. it is interesting. i thought one of the best moments of it was hillary and
birthday makes me happy. i am filling in for bill press today. let's take some calls. let's do it. what do you think, peter. >> let's do it. let's talk to anthony from las vegas. hey, hanthon e how are you? >> thanks for taking my call. >> you are welcome. >> i appreciate it. well, i guess what i wanted to talk about was off of the standpoint of the reasons why our society should have assault rifles. it's a striplingic thing. i don't want to speak lightly of the events that have happened but i wanted to ask you guys: have you ever heard of operation northwoods? >> i have not. >> it was discussed by the government, the joint chiefs of staff during the kennedy administration. it was a plan to actually use cia opinion operatives to use falsified attacks in miami and washington where, i don't know, i would assume attacks on civil civilian targets and blame it on the cast row communeadministration and use it as a pretext. >> so anthony, what's the crux of the argument here? >> the crux is that if our government at one point would discuss some kind of attack
of the restaurants, the bachelor farmer, with its own rooftop garden which we see in new york and l.a. another restaurant called union which has an alum from copenhagen. lots of hotels to stay at. minneapolis is having a moment. >> maybe just don't go at the height of winter. but it's a great time. >> people are so nice there. >> wholesome, very nice folks. hello to my in-laws. >> are you on board with nordic cuisine? >> she's on board. >> puerto rico. i love you don't need a passport. what elts makes it great? >> great new hotel, important hotel openings we want to take note of. it dates back to the 1900s. it's just being reopened shortly. and a hotel that someone here is going to, actually, very soon. >> good. >> do i want to out him? >> no. >> this is an inkrcredibly lux hotel. they paired up, doing renditions of favorites like suckling pig. amazingly beautiful. great access to nature. >> succulent pig. >> i got married in puerto rico, by the way. >> you did? >> yes. >> couple of seconds here left. can dachlt one resort town in particular you like. >> outside of quebec city. this was a plac
downtown san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> later today in colorado, the final prosecution witness will be called in a hearing on whether the suspected colorado movie theater gunman is competent to stand trial. a detective is due to testify about james holmes' strange behavior after he was arrested. his testimony comes a day after some chilling 911 calls were played in the courtroom. >> shooting at century theaters. they are saying somebody is shooting in the auditorium. >> now, that detective is expected to say that holmes prevended that bags on his hands were puppets. he also says holmes tried to jam a staple into an electrical outlet and that the pupils of his eyes were dilated. southland. we'll take you live to the courthouse in aurora, colorado in our next hour. >>> colleges all over california are preparing for the possibility of a school shooting. coming up at 7:47, the drill for more than dozen two schools that simulated a mass shooting on campus. >>> 7:35. city college of san francisco will likely miss an important deadline to avoid losing its accredita
-like weather. fargo will be 37 when the usual high is 18. chilly and rainy in l.a. with highs in the 50s. >>> when police in norfolk, virginia got a call about a baby lion on the loose -- good morning, they first called the local zoo and discovered no lions were missing. this story is funny. the culprit was this guy, charles the monarch. he's a labordoodle who was groomed to look like a lion. >> his owner calls him a laborlion and says it's not the first time police have been called. police have even rushed for safety when he's walked near the zoo. >> that must be deliberate. you know what he looks like. >> i don't know. he's big. >> i would call them if i saw that. >> i would call or run. i think i would run. >> run first. >> look at him. he looks like a lion and the coloring is perfect. >> i get that. look at that. oh, weird story. again, the owner must know what he's doing. >> the owner groomed him to look like a lion because it's the mascot for old dominion university. >> pictures worth a thousand words. the app that -- coming up. you're watching "world news now." before the sneeze,
show you a better glimpse of him. they are also hoping that people call into the police department for with tips if they have any information 0en this case -- on this case. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, janine. >>> the president is expected to outline several executive actions he can take without congressional approval and then he will lay out the measures he wants congress to tackle. the president is expected to call on congress to ban assault weapons and limit high-capacity ammunition clips. coming up at 7:15, we'll have a live report from our washington, d.c. newsroom with a special guest who will money the -- join the president as he makes his announcement this morning. >>> developing news out of london, england this morning. a helicopter crashed on a crowded street right during rush hour. ryan flores live in our newsroom now to show us these incredible pictures and tell us what happened. >> we've been following this story all morning long. at the time of the crash, it was very foggy. the pilot tried to land at a nearby airport but he didn't make it. of
at the backyard jooirngyard band, i remember being in l.a. and hearing about his impact. he was a big key here in d.c. and didn't mean to call you chuck, you look nothing like him. we're getting ready to see this outdoor pavilion where a lot of people will see comedy shows and musical shows and show case what d.c. has to offer. that's the latest from downtown. keith, back to you. >> if you refer to me as chuck brown again i'll give you a big hug if i can have a life that great. >> that's a big compliment here. >> yes, it would be. and meantime, barb, later we focus on the wilson building for another reason. a, we don't want to focus on. >> we won't talk about it quote but it's coming up. >>> 8 minutes after 11:00. the effort to save a group of whales trapped in ice. and why time could be running out. >>> plus, a look at who was left off the list that has entertainment reporters shocked. stay with us. >>> afghan president hamid karzai is at the pentagon meeting with outgoing defense secretary leon panetta. a pentagon spokesperson said the two will discuss a broad range of issues concerning afgh
and people were sitting on it when it was a loaded canon. >> the cleaning crew called the bomb squad who disarmed the canon and everybody breathed a sigh of la rafe. a spokesman says in theory that canon could have been fired all those years it was on public display. >>> people are hunting pythons in florida today and they can win prizes. it's part of a month-long contest called the python challenge. designed to tackle the problem of exploding python population. our own john zarrella talked with a python hunter and a state officer about this contest. >> you can go out there for days and days and days and not see one python. i don't care how much experience you have. it is going to take some luck. >> if we remove one snake from the ecosystem, we've done a good thing. so imagine if 700 people are out there and they all bring one snake, that's 700 less snakes that we have out in the ecosystem. >> john zarrella is in the florida everglades with the latest on the python hunting contest. john? >> reporter: i'm out here and this is a road that goes east/west and bisects the florida everglades b
of destruction, we have a story on this. >> call me maybe. >> and honey boo-boo. >> the endeavor rolling down the streets of la. >> look at the man at the center of the scandal. >> and you responded to pressure. >> and attacks. >> and syria has gone on for 20 days. >> and the red line warnings talk. >> and cnn projects that obama will be reelected president of the u.s. >> terror in connecticut. >> 20 children are dead. >> our hearts are broken today. for the parents and grandparents. >> sisters and brothers of these children, may god bless the memory of the victims in the words of scripture, heal the broken hearted and bind up their wounds. the bay area is ringing in the new year the first one of the year for the winter season the burning of manufactured fire logs wood or any other fuel the spare the air lasts until february 28th. >>> coming up. we're following what is going on with the fiscal cliff and lawmakers meeting in about two hours from now our time to try to hammer out a deal at the last minute. we'll follow that story and a remind they're can you catch dr. phil here on the morning
tribune. obama calls for collective action. l.a. times, obama uses inauguration to spotlight policy pledges. politico, obama testifies to the power of government. boston globe, marking the start of second term obama calls for unity and action. john, you were out front there. your take on this speech and kind of what you thought. >> we knew going in there was going to be a call for common ground on certain issues, not on every issue. the president feels he needs to take the lead on certain issues in his agenda that he wants to get pushed through, taxes, immigration and the like. but other issues he believes that there is room for cooperation. what you really have here though, bret, is the intersection of ideologies. you have one party is saying that they are promoting the idea of individualism and pulling yourself up from your bootstraps to become whatever the american dreams allows you to have. on the other side of the fence, the idea of the collective working to make life better. if they want to get anything done they need to find a way to bridge those two gaps, right now this city
. >> humberto sanchez is a staff writer for "roll call." >> president obama will be in las vegas tomorrow to outline his immigration policy. our live coverage is here on c- span just before 3:00 eastern. ♪ >> if we turn away from the needs of others, we align ourselves with those forces which are bringing about this suffering. >> the white house is a bully pulpit, and you ought to take advantage of it. >> obesity in this country is nothing short of a public health crisis. >> i had little antennas that pointed up and told me when somebody had their own agenda. >> there is a much influence in the office. it would be a shame to waste it. >> i think they serve as a window on the past to what was going on with american women. >> she becomes the chief confidante. she is in a way the only person in the world he can trust. >> many of the first ladies, they were writers. journalists, they wrote books. >> they are in many cases more interesting as human being than their husbands. if because they are not first and foremost defined and limited by political ambition. >> dolly was both socially adept
him is -- legging out his immigration priorities. -- in las vegas. we're opening up the phone calls to get your thoughts on immigration. here are the numbers to use if you are a democrat 202-585-385. republicans 202-585-386. also, if you are on twitter, #immigration. as we have been doing throughout the day, opening up facebook. the question there, same one we are asking this afternoon, what are your priorities on immigration policy? albert in maine. caller: ok, in french that is pronounced cartier. i agree wholeheartedly with the president on his policies, but someone should alert the president that the greatest immigration group in the united states was the st. lawrence seaway to chicago to des moines, all through the mississippi valley down to new orleans. remember, the louisiana purchase was from france. he did not include them in the immigrants from other worlds. someone should tell the president that this is a tremendous oversight. host: you are in a border state. is there still could turn and main about immigration? caller: not much concern now, but he cited the american popu
jansing. and right now the president is in the air, flying to las vegas. this afternoon, in a major speech, he will tackle immigration reform. not getting it passed is something he calls the biggest regret of his first term. now, first, he is expected to praise a bipartisan group of senators who presented their plan yesterday. >> a set of principles put forward by this bipartisan group, embraces the path to citizenship. this is a big deal. this is an important development. >> but it appears these eight senators didn't want to follow the president's big speech, so they raced to make their announcement first. and late word this morning that the president, not wanting to rock the boat, will embrace the senate plan. now, whatever the timing, it could be a changing electorate that really is going to help get results. >> the politics on this issue have been turned upside down. for the first time ever, there's more political risk in opposing immigration reform than in supporting it. >> elections. elections. the republican party is losing the support of our hispanic citizens. and we realize that t
protected you might have to make several phone calls. we did call a rite aid that is not open 24 hours but on the recording they did mention they have the flu vaccine available. reporting live janine de la vega. >>> time now 6:35. movie and tv stars were honored in los angeles at last nights golden globe awards. reporter jd carr gill is live in los angeles to tell us about the ceremony and winners. >> reporter: that is right. good morning. you know there was no stone left unturned last night at the golden globe awards. there was the red carpet, the glits, glamour. even an american president on hand at the 70th annual golden globes. a night of stars, surprises, and so what to oscar. argo won the top award for film best drama and ben affleck scored best director. >> i don't care what the award is when i they put your name next to the names she just read off it's an extraordinary thing. >> reporter: les miserable is best picture. >> thank you for this lovely blunt object that i will forever more use as a weapon against self-doubt. >> reporter: zero dark 30 jessica won for best dramatic ac
za ril la tells us why the state is holding a month-long contest to kill those snakes. >>> people are hunting pythons in florida, and they can win prizes doing it. it's part of a month-long contest called python challenge. there is an exploding python population. john zarrella talked with a state hunting officer about it. >> you can go out there for days and days and days and not see one python. i don't care how much experience you have. it is going to take some luck. >> if we remove one snake from the ecosystem, we've done a good thing. so imagine if 700 people are out there and they all bring one snake, that's 700 less snakes we have out in the ecosystem. >> john zarrella is in the florida everglades. >> reporter: i'm out here on the tamiami trail. we're closer to naples now than we are to miami. we've been out here for a couple of hours looking for python. it is not that easy to find them, that's for sure. at night, the reason we're out here, is they like to come up by the road and take the warmth of that road off the pavement and that keeps their bodies warm. they're cold-bloo
of what this debate is all about. let's go to teresa, joining us from north las vegas nevada. the democrat line. caller: good morning. i wanted to call in support of the president and democrats. i am a progressive and in independent thinker. i do not think you should use the 14th amendment, unless it comes to a really economic crash. i am for raising the debt ceiling. i believe that we need to pay our bills. i have to pay my bills. if i do not pay my credit card bills, my credit rating goes down. my credit score goes down. and i pay more in interest in the future. i think it is very irresponsible of these tea party republicans to hold the country hostage. there are other issues that can be negotiated for spending and raising revenues and the debt ceiling should not be a part of it. host: ok, thank you for calling. here is the editorial cartoonist of the post. the idea of minting a single coin valued at $1 trillion. using that to increase the debt limit. a number of stories saying that basically, this is not going to happen. his is what is reclined -- this -- what ezra kline writes he point
by that with the farming and forging moment and their restaurants like one of them called the bachelor farmer which has its own rooftop garden we see in new york and in l.a. but not something that's happening in minneapolis yet. another restaurant called union which actually has an alum from noma from copenhagen which is there. w chambers, radisson blue. >> don't go at the height of winter but it's a great town. >> people are nice there. >> hello to my in-laws. >> nordic cuisine? >> i eat anything. >> discriminating. >> she's on board. >> let's go south. paul rya puerto rico. i love you don't need a passport. >> we love puerto recore all the time. two important hotel openings. one is the vanderbilt hotel, the hotel dates back to the 1900s just being reopened shortly and a hotel someone here is going to soon. >> good. >> do i want to out him, no. >> no. >> the ritz-carlton dorado beach. this is an incredibly lux hotel, paired up with jose andreas, doing renditions of favorites like le tron suckling pig but don the jose andreas way. >> who doesn't love suckling pig. >> i got married in puerto rico by the way
to these weapons. my view is, everybody is entitled to be safe. >> reporter: she called the nra veen nal but insists it's not personal with lapierre. >> he wants one thing, i want an entirely different thing. he's there for gun people, to allow them to have these guns regardless. they are fought virtually every kind of regulation. the time has come to change course. >> reporter: and when it comes to legislation, feinstein isn't only going to have to convince republicans. one of the interesting dynamics on this committee that is holding this hearing tomorrow is that the democratic chairman, wolf, pat leahy, is a supporter of gun rights. feinstein is concerned that the witness list is too skewed towards proponents of gun owners. >> so what you're saying is little dispute going on between dianne feinstein and patrick leahy, they are both democrats and on the liberal side of the democratic party but when it comes to gun rights, they disagree? >> reporter: that's right. they do disagree. i tried to interview patrick leahy. he said to watch the hearing tomorrow. he's known as la liberal but on
: mitch in las vegas is a gun owner. good morning. caller: thank you for accepting my call. host: did you go to the gun show that i was just reading about? caller: this year i have not been, but i have in the past. what it is, it brings to the people in the gun world and in the gun stores new products that are available coming out the next year and it gives people a chance to catch up and see what the difference is. just like going to go to show. different models from one year to another year. i certainly could not support any executive orders by anybody, because i don't really think the problem is with the gun itself. i think it is kind of ironic when you watch hollywood stars get paid $30 million, $40 million, and the more gory the movie is, the more people run there and the more the movie makes. they will stand around and accept these $40 million checks. there are a lot of people with mental problems that go to the same movies that you and i may go to. to them, they're living in a fantasy world. they actually think they might be john rambo or other people. it is ironic that the same pe
weapons. he takes on critics who want to expand background checks. lapierre will say, and i quote, when it comes to the issue of background checks, let's be honest. they'll never be universal because criminals will never submit to them. the nra is calling on members to show their support in a big way. the political arm just sent a mass e-mail calling for all members to show up tomorrow and, quote, pack the hearing room. all this with emotional hearings going on in connecticut. that's where the governor's bipartisan task force on gun violence prevention is going on in hartford. connecticut already has some of the toughest gun laws in the country. some of the sandy hook parents argue to make them even stricter. they faced opposition from vocal opponents in the crowd. >> reporter: metal detectors, heavy security and a sign on the door reading, no guns allowed. that's what greeted hundreds attending this connecticut hearing on gun loss. >> try to put yourself in the place i'm in. not a good feeling to look at your child in a casket or with your child with a bullet wound to the forehead. >>
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